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  • Terps to play Pitt, not Duke, twice each basketball season

    Terps to play Pitt, not Duke, twice each basketball season
    Maryland’s two-games-a-season men’s basketball series with Duke — once a rite of winter — will no longer occur every year. The Atlantic Coast Conference on Friday released its future scheduling formats and divisions to account for...
  • Terps football tentatively will open against William & Mary on Sept. 1

    Terps football tentatively will open against William & Mary on Sept. 1
    The Maryland football team is tentatively scheduled to open the 2012 season at home on Sept. 1 vs William & Mary, followed by games at Temple on  Sept. 8, home against Connecticut on  Sept. 15 and at West Virginia on Sept. 22. The matchups have not yet...
  • Maryland gets glimpse of 2012 football schedule

    Maryland gets glimpse of 2012 football schedule
    COLLEGE PARK -  The Maryland football team is tentatively scheduled to open the 2012 season at home on Sept. 1 against William & Mary, followed by games at Temple, at home against Connecticut and at West Virginia on Sept. 22. The matchups have not yet...
  • Turgeon still searching for his first signature win at Maryland

    Turgeon still searching for his first signature win at Maryland
    When Miami beat Duke on Sunday at Cameron Indoor Stadium, it gave Jim Larranaga his first signature win as the Hurricanes' coach -- something Mark Turgeon is still seeking with Maryland. It could have come last Saturday at Comcast Center, when the...
  • ACC expansion will change Maryland-Duke rivalry

    ACC expansion will change Maryland-Duke rivalry
    When Maryland visits Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday, there is bound to be at least one chant from the Duke students downplaying the basketball history between the two schools. "Not our rivals," clap, clap, clap, clap, clap. "Not our rivals," clap,...
  • Terps squander early lead but recover to beat Cornell, 70-62

    Terps squander early lead but recover to beat Cornell, 70-62
    After scoring the game's first 16 points, Maryland seemed poised to end the evening's suspense early against Cornell and to open Atlantic Coast Conference play this weekend riding a confidence-inducing seven-game winning streak. But the Terps are a young...
  • Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding

    Amid coaching changes, ACC is rebuilding
    The Atlantic Coast Conference has always had a reputation for being a top-heavy basketball league, especially when its top two teams, North Carolina and Duke, were significantly better than their competition. As ACC play begins this weekend, there is a...
  • Terps open ACC schedule with 79-74 loss at North Carolina State

    Terps open ACC schedule with 79-74 loss at North Carolina State
    It was here at the RBC Center that Maryland -- on the road for the first time and battling a good-shooting team and its exuberant, red-clad crowd -- encountered a new sort of test. The young Terps hung in against North Carolina State for much of Sunday...
  • Next Level Player of the Year: Tavon Austin, West Virginia

    Next Level Player of the Year: Tavon Austin, West Virginia
    The Next Level is a Recruiting Report feature that focuses on natives of Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County who appear on NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision rosters. For former...
  • Turgeon seeks improvements from Pankey, Stoglin and Len

    Turgeon seeks improvements from Pankey, Stoglin and Len
    Mark Turgeon brushed his hand across his head in a gesture of exasperation. There is still much for the Terps to learn about playing in the first-year Maryland coach's system, he said Tuesday. "We're just going through growing pains," he said as the team...
  • Maryland holds on to beat Wake Forest, 70-64

    Maryland holds on to beat Wake Forest, 70-64
    As Maryland's 18-point lead dwindled to 14, 10 and finally three points, Terps fans were painfully reminded again that nothing seems to come easy this season for their young team. The Terps have often made their coaches and fans squirm, and they did so...
  • Notes on Maryland 70, Wake Forest 64

    Notes on Maryland 70, Wake Forest 64
    Coaches are fond of saying that one game is no bigger than another. I don't always believe them. Mark Turgeon conceded tonight what seemed to be true -- that Maryland's win over Wake Forest meant a lot. It wasn't just that it was Maryland's first...